Combat-zone



noun
1.
Military. an area in a theater of operations where combat forces operate, extending typically from the front line to the communications zone.
2.
Slang. an area in some cities, usually in an older midtown section, where pornography stores, striptease bars, etc., flourish, or are tolerated because of being concentrated in one district.

Tagged:

Read Also:

  • Comb-back

    noun 1. a Windsor chair back in which the vertical spindles are surmounted by a broad, carved crest rail resembling a comb.

  • Combe

    [koom, kohm] /kum, koʊm/ noun, British. 1. a narrow valley or deep hollow, especially one enclosed on all but one side. /kuːm/ noun 1. variant spellings of coomb



  • Combe-Capelle man

    [kohm-ka-pel] /ˈkoʊm kæˈpɛl/ noun 1. a skeleton of the early Upper Paleolithic Perigordian culture in France.

  • Combed-yarn

    noun 1. cotton or worsted yarn of fibers laid parallel, superior in smoothness to carded yarn.



Disclaimer: Combat-zone definition / meaning should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. All content on this website is for informational purposes only.